Der Film beschreibt ein Ensemble aus jungen Schauspielern, Sängern, Tänzern und Musikern, die an der New York School of Performing Arts voller Leidenschaft. Die New Yorker High School of Performing Arts nimmt in drei Abteilungen Schüler auf: Musik, Tanz und Schauspiel. So etwa den talentierten Tänzer Leroy, der aus einem New Yorker Ghetto kommt und mit Messern bewaffnet zur Prüfung erscheint. Remake des gleichnamigen Films von Alan Parker aus dem Jahre Regie führt diesmal Kevin Tancharoen, der für seine Videos und Choreographien von.
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Die New Yorker High School of Performing Arts nimmt in drei Abteilungen Schüler auf: Musik, Tanz und Schauspiel. So etwa den talentierten Tänzer Leroy, der aus einem New Yorker Ghetto kommt und mit Messern bewaffnet zur Prüfung erscheint. Parkers Film ist in fünf Akte unterteilt. Er beginnt mit der Aufnahmeprüfung zur Schule, zeigt dann die Erlebnisse einiger aufgenommener Schüler im ersten. Der Film beschreibt ein Ensemble aus jungen Schauspielern, Sängern, Tänzern und Musikern, die an der New York School of Performing Arts voller Leidenschaft. Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Wird oft zusammen gekauft. Fame. "Fame" selbst war so erfolgreich, dass im Anschluß an den Film eine sehr erfolgreiche TV-Serie ins Leben gerufen wurde, die Darsteller Gene Anthony Ray. Remake des gleichnamigen Films von Alan Parker aus dem Jahre Regie führt diesmal Kevin Tancharoen, der für seine Videos und Choreographien von. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Fame - Der Weg zum Ruhm. Alan Parkers erfolgreiches Musical erzählt die mitreißende Geschichte von acht jungen.
"Fame" selbst war so erfolgreich, dass im Anschluß an den Film eine sehr erfolgreiche TV-Serie ins Leben gerufen wurde, die Darsteller Gene Anthony Ray. „Fame“ ist nicht nur ein Filmmusical, sondern auch eine anrührende Coming-of-Age-Geschichte – gerade weil der Film das Künstlerleben nicht. Die New Yorker High School of Performing Arts nimmt in drei Abteilungen Schüler auf: Musik, Tanz und Schauspiel. So etwa den talentierten Tänzer Leroy, der aus einem New Yorker Ghetto kommt und mit Messern bewaffnet zur Prüfung erscheint.
Fame Film Main navigationFilme wie Fame - Der Weg zum Ruhm. An der Haupthandlung The 100 Staffel 3 Maxdome Neufassung hat Regisseur Kevin Tancharoen nicht viel geändert, jedoch wurden die einzelnen Charaktere umgeschrieben. Schaue jetzt Fame Film. Paul Iacono. Alan Parker. Da ist der charismatische Marco, ein Italo-Amerikaner aus der Arbeiterklasse; oder Alice, die aus privilegierten Verhältnissen stammt und nun ihre Ballerina-Karriere vorantreiben will; der ambitionierte Sänger Malik, der seine Vergangenheit hinter sich lassen muss, um sein Können unter Beweis zu stellen; sowie die quirlige Joy, Mondo Cane mit Sites Like Movie4k Herz und Courage ihren Weg bestreitet - und nicht zuletzt der scheue Filmemacher Neil, der sich nun der realen Welt stellen muss. Dafür entdeckt er Denises Gesangstalent. Irene Cara. Auch im zweiten Jahr müssen alle Protagonisten an ihre Grenzen gehen, sei es Kevin, der beim Tanzen Adam Sucht Eva Stream Bs, oder Victor, dem es nach wie vor schwerfällt, für die klassischen Kompositionen von Bach die gleiche Leidenschaft aufzubringen wie für seine eigenen.
View All Photos Movie Info. Those who make the cut discover that it takes a lot of hard work to become a star and sometimes difficult decisions have to be made.
The youngsters grapple with heavy issues such as homosexuality, abortion, attempted suicide and illiteracy. On top of their unique struggles, the students must deal with the mundane pressures of adolescence like homework, heartbreak and rejection.
Alan Parker. Jan 1, Irene Cara Coco Hernandez. Eddie Barth Angelo. Lee Curreri Bruno Martelli. Laura Dean Lisa Monroe.
Gene Anthony Ray Leroy Johnson. Maureen Teefy Doris Finsecker. Antonia Franceschi Hilary van Doren.
Anne Meara Mrs. Alan Parker Director. Christopher Gore Writer. Michael Gore Music. Michael Seresin Cinematographer. July 17, Full Review….
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April 21, Rating: B Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Nov 11, The movie is way too overstuffed to be an effective examination of these kids on top of covering four years, the movie has so many characters you barely get a chance to learn all their names and whenever the movie tries to be realistic in one scene it often swings wildly to an after-school special plot in the next.
Also, I know this came out in but I refuse to believe that at this school there would only be one gay kid. Alec B Super Reviewer. Oct 12, I love so many aspects of this film that I'm surprised it doesn't have a higher average rating.
From its very beginning, with a brilliant audition sequence that has director Alan Parker switching between a number of characters and scenes, the film had me.
Soon afterwards he hits it with the first of the musical numbers, an impromptu song and dance that breaks out in the lunch room, which captures the power of creative people feeding off one another.
How that leads to the quieter girl Maureen Teefy escaping the noise to sit with a sensitive young man Paul McCrane and start up a friendship is also very nice.
It really captures the spirit of New York, and this is heightened by shots on the streets and in the subway. There are so many items it touches on - homophobia, abuse, violence, sexual harassment, and abortion.
It celebrates the beauty of the arts, while at the same time cautioning just how difficult it is to make a career out of them. Its spirit is infectious, and it's filled with poignant moments.
Parker effectively uses an ensemble cast, each of whom contributes, but Barry Miller stands out as Ralph Garci, with a number of fine scenes: his impromptu acting during the audition "I'm God, see?
It's a brilliant, powerful performance. Irene Cara sings on a number of the tracks, including the wonderful title song, and also provides a heartbreaking moment when she's lured into posing topless in the apartment of a man posing as an indie film director.
There are so many dangers that surround these kids, and the honesty of this predatory scene is a forerunner to the metoo movement. It's too bad it's offset somewhat by Parker himself giving us two immature voyeuristic scenes of the boys peering into the girls changing room.
McCrane's descriptions of his growing sexual awareness, and the reaction he relates from his therapist "He said it was probably a life choice" , is also touching.
I liked the simple earnestness with which he portrayed this character, and his scene consoling Ralph Garci at the end where Garci says "How do you know if you're good?
Maybe you never know". Without going through the rest of the big cast, I'll just add that I loved Jim Moody as the drama teacher, and wished his role hadn't tailed off after the sophomore year.
That is one of the film's weaknesses - stories are unfinished and characters either disappear or certainly aren't all wrapped up with a big bow as in other movies - but this is also a strength in some ways.
It gives the film the sense of how memories from the past are, and the ambiguity leaves it to us to imagine how the characters' lives played out.
I think of 'Fame' as a collection of great moments, highlighting the arts, the human spirit, and growing up in a tough world which has so much danger and disappointment.
Heartfelt and captivating, it's a great film. Antonius B Super Reviewer. Jan 15, I understand that the characters fall into stereotypes, and I think many of their stories never reach a cathartic or dramatic conclusion; this is especially true of Ralph and Leroy.
Also, these are oh-so-clearly adults playing teens; it even seems written that way most of the time. How is it that - for me - this film worked as both a cautionary tale and an inspiration?
How is it that I recognized so many people from the acting world in these loosely drawn characters? Parker's direction and the rather spontaneous musical numbers embody the passion, ambition, dedication, triumphs, disappointments, and blindnesses that afflict these people.
More to the point, I've known some artists whose talent amazed me, but yet you don't know them. You know talentless hacks, many of whom can't act dead.
Each of these people recognizes that what most likely awaits them is a boulevard of broken dreams, spoiled ambitions, and a life counting their tips, hoping enough is there for rent, but each is also driven by an indomitable spirit.
Additionally, I enjoyed the peripherals: the stage mother, the broken home, the absent but financially generous parents. All of these exist in varying forms.
Overall, it takes some effort to see past this film's flaws, but once you do, you won't be disappointed with what lies at its core. Jim H Super Reviewer.
Sep 26, Fame is all about New York City. It is grimy and bittersweet and big-city. It is a thousand miles away from the quiet traditions of my high school in the Midwest.
Juli R Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Miss Berg: Where's the sweat, Lisa? Liza Monroe: I'm working on it.
Montgomery MacNeil: Never being happy isn't the same as being unhappy. Is it. Doris Finsecker: I'm about as flamboyant as a bagel. Leroy Johnson: I'm young, I'm single, and I love to mingle!
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Kevin Tancharoen. Allison Burnett. Feb 25, Lakeshore Entertainment. Asher Book Marco. Kristy Flores Rosie.
Paul Iacono Neil. Paul McGill Kevin. Naturi Naughton Denise. Kay Panabaker Jenny. Kherington Payne Alice. Collins Pennie Malik. Walter Perez Victor.
Anna Maria Perez de Tagle Joy. Kevin Tancharoen Director. Allison Burnett Screenwriter. Mark Canton Producer. Celine Catalaa Producer.
Gary Lucchesi Producer. Tom Rosenberg Producer. Richard S. Wright Producer. Scott Kevan Cinematographer.
Myron I. Kerstein Film Editor. Mark Isham Original Music. October 2, Full Review…. September 25, Rating: 2.
September 25, Rating: C- Full Review…. September 7, Rating: 2. May 15, Rating: C- Full Review…. October 29, Rating: 2. View All Critic Reviews Dec 02, Andreia C Super Reviewer.
Nov 25, I think that when a film is remade, the original is somehow labeled "ideal". Here's what I liked: the updated dance numbers.
I might be crazy, but when I watch a musical, I want something fantastical. Shiny and flashy. The original The remake, yeah! And I liked that one kid actually wanting to kill himself.
Much more realistic and teen-y. And Megan Mullally and Kelsey Grammer. Here's what I didn't like: the acting.
Oh boy. Not all actors were atrociously, but most of the leads were just not there. And as one critic pointed out: the total lack of drugs and gays.
Even the original Fame was more daring than that. Overall, I think it was meh. The original crammed more character and more story into it, but this was more fun as musical type of film.
Jennifer D Super Reviewer. Aug 19, You know, I like the whole dancing, choreography, and just plain music.
But it simply was short in plot, which should obviously be the most important part of the film per-se. Too many scenes were left incomplete; and alas, the movie itself incomplete.
Aug 09, Rather, it tries to be more pointed as opposed to a disposable-reference-in-waiting like, sadly, its dated predecessor eventually became.
This becomes even more surprising when one considers that its director cut his teeth directing MTV programming. Spit valves emptying. Vocal class warm-ups.
Drama class exercises.